Results 1 – 16 of 16 Amor inmortal by Tiernan, Cate and a great selection of similar Amor Inmortal: Cate Tiernan . Luz inmortal (Paperback): Cate Tiernan. Eternally Yours (IB 03) by Cate Tiernan: “1 Jumped the Shark” Star. soplo de aire fresco, una luz y una razón para que la saga Amor inmortal valga la pena. by Cate Tiernan First published January 1st Sort by. title, original date published, date Luz inmortal (Paperback). Published October 31st by SM.

Author: Voodootilar Zololkree
Country: Djibouti
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Art
Published (Last): 10 June 2005
Pages: 261
PDF File Size: 10.90 Mb
ePub File Size: 16.73 Mb
ISBN: 423-5-71306-860-5
Downloads: 51108
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Vudoshakar

I read a lot of nonfiction and also have some favorite romance writers.

This was a wonderful, frothy tragicomedy, the strength of which was in the language, not the plot. By the time we had two small children we knew we had to find someplace safer to live. But I will say without a doubt she is the best YA heroine of all time in my book.

Cate Tiernan: Life, Works, Bibliography, and a List of Books by Author Cate Tiernan

Although I found a good section in the middle to be a bit boring and hard to get through, I absolutely loved the conclusion to this trilogy. View all 4 comments. Solid writing, good pacing, and much appreciated humor! There are so many different tales weaved together in this series and I loved learning about each person.

In which case I would think you were crazy, or perhaps came into this story late. To me, it shows a glaring disrespect for your readers when you force them to witness one stupid misunderstanding after another simply because you can’t be bothered to think of a different way to make your story last.


She’s an incredibly imaginative and empathetic writer with a gift for creating lyz rich, sensual world.

Now, finally settled into River’s and with close frie Rating: My best friend being the main one, cause like I said, it brought us even more closer together.

Yet, dark forces are still inomrtal work, slowly trying to lu down the power of the eight immortal houses and the battle is lua longer about Nasty – it’s about all the immortals. To Reyn for being a sweetheart: Quotes from Eternally Yours. Nasty, the main character, is super funny and relatable – even though she is almost years old LOL – but seriously, what I like the most about Nasty is that the author didn’t try to make her super brave, or super porwerful or a super badass fighter.

I loved this story and Reyn’s and Nastya’s journeys.

Eternally Yours

I try not to attract ancient evil to me. View all 26 comments. I ended up speeding through these books one after another I just couldn’t put them down. My favourite person in the story is, of course, our handsome badass Reyn. Apr 02, Kai rated it it was amazing Shelves: And so does Nas Crowe, a sarcastic, depressed, sarcastic, funny, and sarcastic year old immortal and protagonist of this series.

I also just like reading about sex. Die Umsetzung dieses dritten und finalen Bandes fand ich auf der einen Seite sehr passend bezogen auf die vorherigen, aber gleichzeitig auch etwas langgezogen und ruhig.


Reyn is probably the most complex hero I’ve ever read about. This series is over. Nov 21, Maria rated it it was amazing.

Editions of Eternally Yours by Cate Tiernan

I started loving Reyn soon after the first book, but now he makes me swoon when i remember him XD. Immortals are being killed around the world, and the immortals at River’s Edge might be facing a war soon. Joshua is also an interesting new character Tiiernan to Read Currently Reading Read. Nastasya our year old immortal is back and she is just as snarky and sarcastic as ever.

Cate Tiernan

I felt that this one was more slow moving than the others, but appreciated the fact that it focused more so on the characters and their growth. It seems like just yesterday I was reading the blurb for the first book.

I mentioned the whole Amy and Reyn thing in my review of the second book, and how it was never resolved, and I got the idea that in this book it just became nonexistent. And you know what surprised me also?

I’m much more idiosyncratic and just need to do my own thing, which is kind of new-agey and pantheistic. Tifrnan my written review, please check out the link below: